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BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime: Conspiracy theory enthusiast Ryan deep-dives into mysteries surrounding notorious unsolved crimes, in order to convince his dubious friend Shane that, sometimes, the evidence isn BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime is a series that is currently running and has 7 seasons (61 episodes). The series first aired on February 4, 2016.

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BuzzFeed
7 Seasons, 61 Episodes
February 4, 2016
Documentary & Biography, News
8.8/10
Cast: Ryan Bergara, Shane Madej
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BuzzFeed Unsolved: True Crime Full Episode Guide

  • The terrorizing hauntings of a ghost lead a man to murder. Was there truly a ghost or was a man murdered in vain?

  • What happened to the missing crew of the Mary Celeste?

  • A young secretary mysteriously disappears. Was it murder or did she flee?

  • A famed magician succumbs to his demise. Was it an accident or murder?

  • Who's behind this elusive network of international jewel thieves? The boys dive into multiple heists of the Pink Panthers.

  • What happened to the three lighthouse keepers of Flannan Isles?

  • Shaniac's and Boogara's tune into this season's best bloopers and outtakes that didn't make it into the episodes.

  • In the season finale and 100th episode of BuzzFeed Unsolved, Ryan and Shane revisit the show's first ever mystery.

  • A skeleton is found in a tree in rural England during WWII. Was she a victim of circumstance or something more nefarious?

  • A Hollywood starlet struck down in her prime. Was it an accident, suicide or murder?

  • A criminal on the run? Or a Hollywood extra in the wrong place at the wrong time? Ryan and Shane dissect theories on the mysterious identity and what may have happened to the Lady of the Dunes.

  • How much do we really know about the death of one of the most famous poets in the world?